Skulls and Crossbones Dog Bowls

Enjoy your pet love their new Sugar skull pet product. Choose from a dog bed that can double as a giant pillow for yourself. Dog tags that keep your fur baby safe, and pet water and feeding bowls that can even be great for your snake.

Tattoo DOG bowl Skull and Crossbones ceramic hand painted personalize dice

Enjoy one of these cute sugar skull dog bowls. Give your friend a new dining bowl and they will be happy. But lets be honest you will love these cute bowls just as much or more.

Top Paw™ Black Skull & Bone Dog Bowl

Tattoo DOG bowl Skull and Crossbones ceramic hand painted personalize dice is a that pokes fun at the peculiar aspects of the and Saivite sects, and . The setting of the play is Kanchipuram, the capital city of the Pallava kingdom in the seventh century. The play revolves around the drunken antics of a Kapalika , Satyasoma, his woman, Devasoma, and the loss and recovery of their skull-bowl. The cast of characters consists of or Satysoma, an unorthodox Saivite mendicant, , Satysoma’s female partner, a , whose name is Nagasena, , a member of another unorthodox Saivite order and a . The describes a dispute between a drunken Kapali and the . The inebriated Kapali suspects the Buddhist monk of stealing his begging bowl made from a skull, but after a drawn-out argument it is found to have been taken away by a dog.

"Dogit 2-in-1 ""Electric Skull"" Print Dog Bowl"

opens with the entering of two drunken Kapalikas, Satyasoma and his woman, Devasoma. Full of drunken antics, they stumble from tavern to tavern searching for more alcohol. The Kapalikas are told to be followers of a sect whose included drinking, wild dancing and singing, and ritual intercourse with their partners. As Satysoma asks for more alms, he realizes that he has lost his sacred skull-bowl. Devasoma suggests that he might have left it at the tavern they previously visited. To their dismay, it was not there. Satyasoma suspects that either a dog or a Buddhist monk has taken it.

Top Paw™ Black Skull & Bone Dog Bowl


Sally truly has changed our lives and she is such an important part of our family so we always make sure that she is healthy and happy. On a recent trip to Target I got some for her along with a new bowl. I thought I would give the new bowl some character and wanted it to reflect our family’s culture. Sally, just like everyone in our family is bilingual and bicultural. She loves dancing with us to salsa and bachata music and she understands commands in both languages so it I thought it would be fun to create a dog bowl that reflects our family’s Latino culture (and Sally’s). I decided to decorate her bowl with sugar skulls, which areThat’s right folks it is that time. Every year we wind down the College Football season with our annual Skulldogshow College Bowl Winner’s Guide. Last year you might recall we finished the bowl season at 12-3 and we are already off to a great start this year. Please remember as you are using Skuldogshow as your guide thru this holiday season to share the goodwill with a friend or a family member. Why do we do it? Well we believe in the old addage “that money won is twice as sweet as money earned” and we want to spread as much of that wealth around as possible…